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Journal of Advances in Molecular Biology

  • Year publication
  • 2017
  • Frequency
  • 4
  • Article Publishing Frequency
  • 2
  • 0.101
  • Abbreviation
  • JAMB
  • Country
  • Hong Kong
  • ISSN (print)
  • 2521-3377
  • ISSN (online)
  • 2521-3385
  • Editor in Chief
  • Prof. Kazi Ahsan Jamil
  • ISI
  • All articles
  • 15
  • Date added to OAJI
  • 20 Jul 2017
  • Scopus
  • All issues
  • 7
  • Free access
  • 2017-2018
  • DOAJ
  • Full text language
  • English
  • Journal discipline
  • Journals
  • Biological Sciences
  • 196
  • Journal description
  • Journal of Advances in Molecular Biology is devoted to publishing all areas of theoretical and practical research in the molecular basis of biological activity between biomolecules in the various systems of a cell. The journal covers but are not limited to cell biology, cell cycle, cell differentiation, cell growth, cell death, cell autophagy, cell signaling, cell regulation, molecular cloning, chemical biology, structural and functional genomics, DNA replication, DNA repair, DNA recombination, RNA processing, transcriptomics, proteomics, bioinformatics, biomedicine, molecular enzymology, molecular virology, molecular immunology, gene expression, theoretical bases of biotechnology, membrane processes, structural biology to molecular environmental studies, molecular microbiology, nuclear organization, medical applications of molecular biology topics, agriculture and biotechnology, structural biology, synthetic biology and other areas relevant to molecular biology.
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